Search for his lost family

Last updated 12:03 12/12/2012

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Brian Dixon from New South Wales hopes to trace missing relatives who lived in Upper Hutt in the 1960s.

His father emigrated from Wales to Australia with his family. His sister, Marjorie, followed him in 1927.

Marjorie later moved to New Zealand and married Jack O'Malley.

They lived in Upper Hutt and had one daughter, who had four children: Stephen, Diane, Lynda and Angela, all of whom were living in Upper Hutt in December 1968.

If you can have any information that may help Mr Dixon with his inquiries, please contact him at

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- Upper Hutt Leader


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